When the student editors of The Georgetown Law Journal wanted to present their Volume 108 Symposium on “Law and the Nation’s Health,” they reached out to experts at institutions including Yale Law School, the University of Virginia School of Law…
Mrs. Doe’s journey isn’t over yet, but she is much closer to home, thanks to three Georgetown Law students – now alumni – who took Professor Brian Wolfman’s Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic last spring.
Laura Peña (L’11) and Erika Pinheiro (L’10, MPP’10) have never met, but they share a common bond in addition to their alma mater. Confronted with recent policy shifts against asylum-seekers and immigrants from Latin America, each woman quit her job to take up their cause.
In an academic lecture on events surrounding the 1787 drafting of the U.S. Constitution, Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor showed the Law Center community how much he enjoys scholarship and teaching — in addition to serving as the school’s 16th dean.
As the World Bank and IMF turn 75, experts discuss the future of trade, inclusive globalization, human rights & governance and more
Top fintech leaders and their would-be regulators talk cryptocurrencies, global markets and oversight Oct. 21-23
Georgetown Law Journal symposium will explore the ACA at 10, women's health & equity, global health
WASHINGTON – Technologist Ashkan Soltani is joining Georgetown Law as a distinguished fellow of the law center’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy and of its Center on Privacy & Technology. Formerly chief technologist of the Federal Trade Commission…
Georgetown Law’s Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) partnered with the law firm Holland & Knight on Friday, September 20, hosting a Policy & Pizza series on efforts to expand tribal sovereignty in the 116th Congress.
Q& A with author/filmmaker Monique Morris and Rebecca Epstein of Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality on Thursday
“Today, I want to talk about where most of us live,” said Georgetown Law Professor Sheila R. Foster, following her installation as the Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Urban Law & Policy on October 2. Foster began her address, entitled “Who Owns the City,” by noting that today, 83 percent of Americans live in urban metropolitan areas, with 90 percent projected by 2050. “The world follows the rest of this pattern.”